How do I get the funk out of my clothes?

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  • How do I get the funk out of my clothes?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 20:47
do laundry more often try oxi clean put fewer clothes in each load dry your clothes immediately after washing them
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 21:29
While vinegar has a lot of cleaning power, bit it still smells like vinegar. Odors are molecules that float through the air. They land on other fabrics and embed in the fibers. It is entirely possible your house (carpet, curtains, bedding and upholstery) as well as your family's clothes have become permeated with odor molecules. You can change your detergent to one containing Febreeze. It's much more pleasant than vinegar. Or, you could try one of the products made to clean and deodorize after pet accidents. There are other brands, but Nature's Miracle has one called Laundry Boost Pet Stain & Odor Remover Additive. There is no reason this should not work on human waste odors. These are available at the chain pet supply stores and likely at locally-owned stores as well.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 11:33
You are probably using a top load washing machine, which doesn't clean as good as a front loader. Do an experiment and take a heavily soiled load to the laundromat. Use a front load machine with the same amount of detergent that you would normally use. Afterwards, smell the clothing and you will see that it smells better.
Answer #4 | 26/12 2013 18:32
Use some Gain detergent, it smells fantastic.

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